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defined. Use any material to decorate the image more (in this case, glue googly eyes together). Age: Appropriate for Ages 5 and up. Domains: Cognitive, fine motor Reflection: Exemplify to the world how you feel most comfortable.
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3D clay sculpture Title: Money can’t buy you Love Materials: clay Process: Get a piece of clay and form it into any shape you desire Age: Appropriate for Ages 5 and up. Domains: Cognitive, fine motor Reflection: Money is nothing but a bunch of numbers and numbers is never ending. If having money is the only way to be happy, then your quest to attain happiness won’t ever end.
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3D PlayDoh sculpture Title: Putting pieces of the puzzle Materials: PlayDoh (pink, yellow, black, white, blue) Process: Get different pieces of playDoh together to form any shape or form you want. Age: Appropriate for Ages 4 and up. Domains: Fine Motor Reflection: Nothing feels as good as putting the pieces to a problem together to see the solution to solve it clearly.
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Water Color Title: Life can be a mess sometimes Materials: paper, water, different colored dyes, tubes Process: on a piece of paper, apply some dyes combined with a bit of water and carefully drop it all over the paper. Age: Appropriate for Ages 4 and up. Domains: Cognitive, Fine Motor Reflection: Art doesn’t have to be defined lines or have a distinct blend. Art is an image and an image is worth 1000 words. Everyone’s interpretation will always be different.
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  • Fall '16
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